Globalization, economic growth, and technological development interact to impact employment, but the effects vary largely from country to country and among different social and economic classes, according to a new book edited by three Haas scholars.
Save the Date: Haas Gala, Nov. 15
Spend a fall Friday in San Francisco mingling with Dean Lyons, new UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks, and members of the Haas community at the 12th annual Haas Gala. The festive evening will celebrate the school and four distinguished award winners, including Business Leader of the Year Douglas E. Goldman, M.D., BA 74, a philanthropist and founder and chairman of Certain, Inc. Registration opens in September. See who else is being honored at the 2013 Haas Gala.
More than 150 MBA students have traveled to foreign lands this summer to learn more about global business and apply their learning to real-world challenges.
Haas Fund Posts Another Record-Breaking Year
Giving to Berkeley-Haas again reached unprecedented levels in fiscal year 2013, with more than 4,600 students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends collectively giving more than $3.4 million in unrestricted gifts to the Haas Fund.
California Management Review Ranks Tops in Its Class
A new Thomson Reuters analysis of the impact of top business journals ranked the Haas School's California Management Review higher than its competitors.
Four Professors Receive Hellman Research Fellowships
Dana Carney, Brett Green, Panos Patatoukas, and Yaniv Konchitchki have received grants from the UC Berkeley Hellman Fellows Fund, which supports promising assistant professors.
81 Faculty Members Make "Club Six" for Strong Spring Teaching
More than half of the Haas School's instructors during the spring 2013 semester received mean teaching scores of at least six on a seven-point scale.
Brad Wolfe, MBA 13, believes the middle school essay needs to be released from its five-paragraph constraints and allowed to have as much fun as fiction or poetry.
Prof. Karlene Roberts Addresses U.N. Conference on Catastrophes and Nuclear Safety
As catastrophe experts work to improve safety processes following the nuclear power plant disaster in Japan in 2011, Professor Emeritus Karlene Roberts explained "Why Catastrophic Accidents Are Not Unique" at a recent U.N. conference.
Want to Become a Nonprofit Board Member?
Are you unsure about which nonprofit organization to serve? Or how to approach the organization? What commitments should you make? Then the Haas Alumni Berkeley Board Fellows Program is piloting a program just for you! Visit the Haas Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership website for more info.
Evening & Weekend MBA Program to Update Core
The Evening & Weekend MBA Program will revise its core curriculum in fall 2014 to better support students' busy schedules and improve learning.
Tune in: Dean Rich Lyons on Fox Business, July 25
Dean Rich Lyons will be interviewed on the Fox Business show Countdown to the Closing Bell on July 25 between noon and 1 pm. The interview, expected toward the end of the show, is part of a series on business schools.
HAN chapters will produce another 200 alumni events worldwide. Online event calendar